Lora Kelley reports on business for The New York Times. She is a member of the 2022-2023 newsroom fellowship class.
The collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s business empire has led federal prosecutors to scrutinize his brother, Gabe, who ran a pandemic-prevention group.
By Matthew Goldstein, David Yaffe-Bellany and Lora Kelley
Lindsay Lohan and Jake Paul are just two names who have encountered legal trouble for pushing crypto on their social media accounts.
By Lora Kelley
After severing business ties with the rapper Ye, Adidas said it would cut its dividend and declared 2023 a “transition year.”
By Melissa Eddy
They weren’t fans of the comic strip, which was recently dropped from hundreds of newspapers, but their work builds on the office grind as comic premise.
The delay is the latest reminder that the tech industry’s pandemic-fueled boom has slowed and another indicator of how remote work has changed office-space needs.
By Karen Weise and Lora Kelley
Tech and finance workers posted countless videos about the luxuries of their jobs — until the mood shifted.
The Twitter chief waded into a scandal involving the cartoonist Scott Adams, as Twitter undergoes layoffs and struggles to lure back advertisers.
By Lora Kelley, Michael M. Grynbaum and Tiffany Hsu
Many content creators who earned money for the first time on platforms like TikTok, Instagram and YouTube are figuring out what a 1099 form is and what they can write off.
Of 61 British companies that participated in a pilot program, 56 said they would continue. Both employers and employees reported benefits.
Even brands airing TV commercials during the game are trying to engage audiences on TikTok to extend their ads’ reach.